GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3 Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020525/001.

Names and composition

"GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLOTRIMAZOLE.

Answered questions

Any SOS methods of treating vaginal infections at home?
like uncontrolled itching, watery area. ... when the doc aint available Asked by Caridad Sweep 3 months ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication commonly used in the treatment of fungal infections such as vaginal yeast infections, it sounds like one in ure case. It is commonly available as an over-the-counter substance in various dosage forms, such as a cream and vaginal tablets. If you have a vaginal infection, refrain from sexual intercourse. Wear clean cotton panties (or panties with cotton crotches), not panties made of nylon, rayon, or other synthetic fabrics. Do not let anyone else use your medication. Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about refilling your prescription. If you still have symptoms of infection after you finish the clotrimazole, call your doctor. Brand names Fungoid® Solution Gyne-Lotrimin® GyneLotrimin® 3 Gyne-Lotrimin® 3 Combination Pack Gyne-Lotrimin®-3 Lotrim® AF Jock Itch Cream Lotrimin® Lotrimin® AF Mycelex® Troche Mycelex®-7 canesten Answered by Adella Mohar 3 months ago.

If you think its a yeast infection (which is sounds like) PLAIN yogurt has the probiotics that can get rid of the infection. Insert about one spoonfull inside your vagina. I know it sounds gross but it really does work. Eating yogurt will also get the probiotics there it will just take a lot longer. There are also creams you can buy at the store. A lot of different options. Answered by Cassi Lesmerises 3 months ago.

sitz bath or a very mild diluted solution of vinegar and water may help. Answered by Kirsten Salabarria 3 months ago.

agree with JESS and VR VEGAS. If it is thrush, yogurt (eating it and putting some in your vagina) and diluted vinegar in water helps. sit in a bath of warm water and a little vinegar Answered by Majorie Dukeshier 3 months ago.


I have a yeast infection. help please?
and the yeast infection isnt irritating to me at all. i would just check my underwear and i see a lot of cottage cheese looking stuff. This the first time i ever had a yeast infection Asked by Hyo Taddei 3 months ago.

im 15 years old and i have had a yeast infection for a couple weeks now :( i really want to tell my mother but it is too embarrassing for me and i know that if i do she will think that i got it from having sex because she knows i have a boyfriend but i am actually still a virgin. me and my mother have trust issues so its not a good idea to tell her. i just wanted to know if there is a way that i can treat this at home instead of going to a doctor? Answered by Brandee Scherrer 3 months ago.

go to CVS, you can't get this at Walmart, and get Gyne-Lotrimin 3 day treatment the generic is the same and it is clotrimazole 3 day treatment, this is what my doctor recommended to me. Monastat does not work, it's just a waste of money. Use it as directed. Answered by Layne Fleeger 3 months ago.

A yeast infection is not an STD. Some yeast is always present in your vagina; yeast are beneficial organisms that help keep your vagina healthy and functioning properly. Yeast INFECTIONS are caused by fluctuations in your body's hormone levels, which alter the pH level of your vagina and thus improve the yeast's environment and enable it to grow out of control. This can happen on its own, for no particular reason, or can be the result of a trigger (such as starting or stopping hormonal birth control). Additionally, how long have you had it? Mild yeast infections clear up on their own; the vagina sort of balances/cleans itself. If you've had it for less than a week, I'd say wait a bit longer to see if it goes away. If it's been more than a week, you can buy products in the pharmacy aisle of a grocery store to help. Monistat treats the infection itself with an antifungal medicine; however, you'll need to insert it into your vagina via an applicator. If you're a virgin and don't use tampons, this may pose a problem, so if you can't use the Monistat, try washing your vagina thoroughly with regular soap and water, or soak for a while in a hot bath and clean it that way. One final note: all women get yeast infections at some point, whether they're virgins or sexually active. Your mother should know that a yeast infection is not an STD; accordingly, she shouldn't automatically assume that you're having sex just because you have one. There's nothing to be ashamed of and it's only as embarrassing as you make it. Talk to her about it; maybe she knows a home remedy to get rid of it. Answered by Georgina Edlao 3 months ago.

Take care of it now ; monistat 7 it's like 13 dollars at wal mart could help don't let it get to the point were it's so bad you get blisters . It's horrible and very irritating Answered by Shona Ratigan 3 months ago.


What medicines are safe? ?
I am 9 weeks prego and I feel a cold coming on what can I take over the counter? Asked by Hui Luchenbill 3 months ago.

ndigestion, heartburn, gas, upset stomach -Antacids for heartburn (Tums, Rolaids, Mylanta, Maalox) Simethicone for gas pains- (Gas-X, Mylicon, Phazyme) Cough or cold -Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Robitussin DM, Benylin Expectorant, Vicks Cough Syrup) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Note that some cold remedies contain alcohol, so you may want to use them sparingly if at all. Avoid products that contain the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, or fever -Acetaminophen (Tylenol, Anacin-3) Allergy relief -Chlorpheniramine antihistamine alone (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Be careful not to use decongestant sprays more often than is recommended on the packaging, as they can damage nasal passages if used too frequently Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea -Bulking products can be used regularly (Metamucil, Citrucel) Laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Tucks, Preparation H, or Anusol) Anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's foot Miconazole (Monistat 3) Clotrimazole (Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Mycelex 7, Cruex, Lotrimin AF, Desenex) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Nystatin (Bio-Statin, Mycostatin, Nilstat) Butoconazole (Gynazole 1, Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Insomnia -Diphenhydramine (Benadryl, Nytol, Sominex-2) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations Polysporin, Cortaid, Lanacort Answered by Romona Tatel 3 months ago.

You can take any kind of Tylenol product (although I might avoid the extra-strength), Sudafed is okay, but no ibuprofen. For a more detailed list, you could either call the doctor (if you have one yet) or go to babycenter.com. Just keep the medications in moderation, and drink some nice hot tea. Hope you feel better soon! Answered by Hyun Appelgate 3 months ago.


I have a yeast infection and my family cant afford to go to the doctor?
Thanks everyone for the tips, im eating yogert right now and drinking water :] Asked by Donny Fenti 3 months ago.

Try a bath? First thing in the morning get Monistat 3 it has the suppositories and the itch cream.I would use the cream right away as that will relieve the itching for a little bit. there are cheaper ones Gyne- lotrimin 3 Asked the pharm. maybe there is a generic brand. It should work. If it doesn't clear up then it might be something different but I"m sure that's it. Haven't had one for years thank god...but I've never gone to the doctor for it just used the otc stuff. Also make sure you take all the doses. Cranberry juice is for urinary tract infections. they say plain yogurt is good to eat. Do you have a family doctor at all? Sometimes you might just have to pay for the visit and they can give you a sample. If not then maybe a clinic? Good luck. Look around online for maybe a homemade remedy Answered by Daisy Chilcutt 3 months ago.

You don't have to go to the doctor, it's an over the counter medication that costs less than $20. Even so, a yeast infection can often go away by itself if it's mild. Answered by Nola Felch 3 months ago.

There are over the counter medications and ointments for yeast infections, go to the store and grab some. Edit: Go really early in the morning. Answered by Corinna Heimann 3 months ago.

If you have a yeast infection there are now medications available over the counter...no perscription or doctor needed...Go to the drug store or walmart and get treated...also plenty of yogurt such as stonyfield farm yogurt is good to eat and will help restore the natural GI (Gastro Intestinal) system. p.s. I just read some of your responses...the cranberry juice won't work...that is for a kindney / bladder infection ....... Answered by Cher Veriato 3 months ago.


Yeast infection while preqnant.?
Well I'm not quite sure that its a yeast infection...i had all the symptoms of it a few days aqo, now it seems as thouqh it just...went away. My next doctors apt. isnt until the 11th of this month, and it's hard to schedule one sooner to qet this checked out...my question is, should I qo ahead and use these... Asked by Sharolyn Brudnicki 3 months ago.

Well I'm not quite sure that its a yeast infection...i had all the symptoms of it a few days aqo, now it seems as thouqh it just...went away. My next doctors apt. isnt until the 11th of this month, and it's hard to schedule one sooner to qet this checked out...my question is, should I qo ahead and use these treatments, will it harm the baby if i use it I have gyne Lotrimin a 3 day treatment. Im 14 weeks now and I know that yeast infections are very common in preqnancy...I'm just so scared to qo ahead and treat it, and in return cause damaqe to the baby. I'm not stupid...don't leave ridiculous comments, I just need some advice.. Answered by Hank Cavalcante 3 months ago.

Call your doctor to be sure but the 3 day treatment should be mild enough it wont hurt baby! Also if your not feeling symptoms now I'd wait to see if the problem persist or comes back! Many women experience yeast infection during pregnancy due to hormones changing and diet changes! You should be fine but just call and ask the nurse to be safe! Good luck! Answered by Annamarie Lowenthal 3 months ago.

i have treated 2 yeast infections with my pregnancy so far, one with the diflucan pill and the other with a something from wal mart like monistat, and everything is fine! Answered by Olga Goble 3 months ago.

I'm sure everyone else will recommend this, too, but you should probably call your doctor's office and talk to a nurse about this. They'll tell you what to do. Answered by Alvera Rajwani 3 months ago.


Vaginitis?
Hi, I just finished my period and this intense itching came down there along with a discoloration (from pink to white) of the entering vaginal wall, I didn't think anything of it at first however reading on here about a vaginal itch, I think I have a yeast infection since it's been like this for a few days... Asked by Freddie Adkins 3 months ago.

Hi, I just finished my period and this intense itching came down there along with a discoloration (from pink to white) of the entering vaginal wall, I didn't think anything of it at first however reading on here about a vaginal itch, I think I have a yeast infection since it's been like this for a few days now and really irritating me. The only thing is that I'm overseas in an arab country so I'm going to try home remedies since I wouldn't know what to even ask for at a pharmacy here nor do I want to enter the hospital system ... will yogurt help? Consuming it or putting it directly in the area? Cranberry juice? Salty bath or one with baking soda? I just don't want it to get worse and then something really bad happens. Answered by Jenifer Gane 3 months ago.

It may be bacterial vaginosis. does it smell really fishy? If it does it may be that. It could also be an sexually transmitted diease. You are best to go see your doctor and ask for a swab done for STD's, bacterial vaginosis and a pap all at once. Some STD's will require a blood test as well. I had not had a pap in awhile and when I got bacterial Vaginosis I had a pap done at the same time I was swabbed for the infection and STD's. Turned out it was my body's way of telling me I had cervical changes. I had CIN 3 which is a step before cervical cancer. Please don't leave anything to chance. There are alot of different medications that can help with whatever you may have. Answered by Eldora Bagent 3 months ago.

yeast grows in dark, warm , sweaty places. So making shure you are dry and sweat free is a big help. When comming out the shower make shure you are completely dry before putting on clothing. Eating yougurt helps also, it is a good bacteria, which help battle the bad ones and get them in check, but does take a while to go thru your system and regulate. But yeast infections can go away without medical treatment. Try to keep some extra tissue or pantyliner for any "dripps" LOL youll be OK. Answered by Xiomara Diluzio 3 months ago.

Yogurt does help, try to eat at least one thing of yogurt a day. I'm prone to yeast infections, so I HAVE to eat yogurt. And yes, you consume it. Don't put it anywhere near down there. It's unsanitary. Warm baths, I wouldn't know about salt or baking soda, but warm baths do help. No bubbles though, bubble baths just make it worse. Answered by Karrie Heling 3 months ago.

Yes yogurt will help. Eat it. Eat lots. One for breakfast and two for lunch. Eat what you want for dinner because yogurt for all three meals would be torture! Answered by Elliot Neault 3 months ago.


What kind of meds can you take will pregnant?
Im like 24 weeks pregnant and i have a headach and would like to take something for it but i dont know what i can take. Thank Asked by Ruthe Guedjian 3 months ago.

NOTE: If you have a question about the safety of any medication during pregnancy, visit the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists Web site. There you'll find fact sheets on various drugs and exposures that can affect your baby as well as a list of "teratogen information services" that you can contact. ProblemSafe to take Heartburn, gas and bloating, upset stomachAntacids for heartburn (Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums) Simethicone for gas pains (Gas-X, Maalox Anti-Gas, Mylanta Gas, Mylicon) Cough or coldGuaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin) Dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant (Benylin Adult, Robitussin Maximum Strength Cough, Scot-Tussin DM, Vicks 44 Cough Relief) Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Benylin Expectorant, Robitussin DM, Vicks 44E) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Avoid cold remedies that contain alcohol. Also avoid the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, and fever Acetaminophen (Anacin Aspirin-Free, Tylenol) Allergy relief Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Loratadine, an antihistamine (Alavert, Claritin, Tavist ND, Triaminic Allerchews) Diphenhydramine, an antihistamine (Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Genahist) Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea Psyllium (Konsyl-D, Metamucil, Modane Bulk, Perdiem) Polycarbophil (Equalactin, Fiber-Lax, FiberNorm, Konsyl-Fiber, Mitrolan) Methylcellulose (Citrucel, Unifiber) Other laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, Maltsupex, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Anusol, Preparation H, Tucks) Loperamide, anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium, Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal, Pepto Diarrhea Control) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's footClotrimazole (Cruex, Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Lotrimin AF, Mycelex 7) Miconazole (Desenex, Femizol-M, Micatin, Monistat 3) Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Butoconazole (Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Tolnaftate (Absorbine Athlete's Foot Cream, Absorbine Footcare, Genaspor, Tinactin) Undecylenic Acid and derivatives (Cruex, Desenex, Fungi Cure, Tinacide) Certain Cruex, Desenex, and Fungi Cure products may contain other antifungal agents not listed here that should not be used during pregnancy. Check the labels carefully. InsomniaDiphenhydramine (Benadryl, Maximum Strength Unisom SleepGels, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations Cortaid, Lanacort, Polysporin NOTE: We've listed a few brand names as examples for each type of medication, but there are many more on the market. Be sure to check the label of every medication you consider taking to see what it contains. Answered by Brock Batch 3 months ago.

Tylenol is about the only thing you can take while pregnant. I get headaches a lot and I can only take Tylenol. It sucks, but if it means keeping my baby safe, then so be it. Answered by Raymonde Scarpato 3 months ago.

Doc says only 1 extra strenght Tylenol only at a time. Answered by Fernande Shieh 3 months ago.

Yes, Tylenol is the only thing you can take. I would ask the doctor for a list of approved medications.. they should have given you one your first visit. Answered by Suzy Orum 3 months ago.

Tylenol... 2 of them. Answered by Zulma Bowcutt 3 months ago.

Stick w the Tylenol brand products and you will be safe. Answered by Edward Hapeman 3 months ago.


I just found out im pregnant....?
i have been taking benadryl everynight before bed for my allergies. is it safe to take while being pregnant Asked by Adriane Magario 3 months ago.

These meds are routinely considered safe during pregnancy :) Antacids for heartburn (Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums) Simethicone for gas pains (Gas-X, Maalox Anti-Gas, Mylanta Gas, Mylicon) Cough or cold Guaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin) Dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant (Benylin Adult, Robitussin Maximum Strength Cough, Scot-Tussin DM, Vicks 44 Cough Relief) Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Benylin Expectorant, Robitussin DM, Vicks 44E) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Avoid cold remedies that contain alcohol. Also avoid the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, and fever Acetaminophen (Anacin Aspirin-Free, Tylenol) Allergy relief Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Loratadine, an antihistamine (Alavert, Claritin, Tavist ND, Triaminic Allerchews) Diphenhydramine, an antihistamine (Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Genahist) Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea Psyllium (Konsyl-D, Metamucil, Modane Bulk, Perdiem) Polycarbophil (Equalactin, Fiber-Lax, FiberNorm, Konsyl-Fiber, Mitrolan) Methylcellulose (Citrucel, Unifiber) Other laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, Maltsupex, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Anusol, Preparation H, Tucks) Loperamide, anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium, Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal, Pepto Diarrhea Control) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's foot Clotrimazole (Cruex, Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Lotrimin AF, Mycelex 7) Miconazole (Desenex, Femizol-M, Micatin, Monistat 3) Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Butoconazole (Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Tolnaftate (Absorbine Athlete's Foot Cream, Absorbine Footcare, Genaspor, Tinactin) Undecylenic Acid and derivatives (Cruex, Desenex, Fungi Cure, Tinacide) Certain Cruex, Desenex, and Fungi Cure products may contain other antifungal agents not listed here that should not be used during pregnancy. Check the labels carefully. Insomnia Diphenhydramine (Benadryl, Maximum Strength Unisom SleepGels, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations Hydrocortisone (Cortaid, Lanacort), Polysporin NOTE: We've listed a few brand names as examples for each type of medication, but there are many more on the market. Be sure to check the label of every medication you consider taking to see what it contains. Answered by Pauline Spalinger 3 months ago.

It is, but you should ask your doctor before doing so. My OB/GYN told me to take it so I would sleep at night, because I was having issues and could not get to sleep. It's usually ok. But always check with the doc first. Answered by Malika Burries 3 months ago.

There are no known effects on your baby of taking benadryl while pregnant. Answered by Raymonde Keshishian 3 months ago.

I don't know the answer to your question but thought I would send my CONGRATULATIONS!!! anyway. Good Luck xx Answered by Avelina Mascolo 3 months ago.

Just to be safe, I would lay off until you talk to your doctor. Answered by Terry Gonzelas 3 months ago.

that's somthing you should talk to ur doctor abt ASAP Answered by Berry Ooton 3 months ago.

yes and congratulations. Answered by Yong Maggart 3 months ago.


Can you use athletes feet treatments for Candida albicans?
Asked by Emory Ackley 3 months ago.

being that candida albicans is a fungal infection you could use a fungal treatment.. lotrimin or try Gyne-Lotrimin 3 works like a charm :) hope this helps!! Answered by Garry Shigemitsu 3 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: can you use athletes feet treatments for Candida albicans? Answered by Natasha Nardella 3 months ago.

As a general rule, no. c. albacans is a different yeast/fungus than is the typical "athlete's foot" infection. Further, the carrier - the cream or liquid the drug (active agent(s)) are mixed - is fairly specific for the foot and may/may not be suitable to other areas of the body. Lastly, these meds are formulated to be topical only - DO NOT INGEST! Answered by Evalyn Heibel 3 months ago.


Colds and pregnancy?
its like a smelly oil stuff,it's got clove oil,euacalyptus oil,juniper berry,levomenthol oil,mint,wintergreen and cajuput oil in it,it's natural stuff Asked by Millie Stangl 3 months ago.

Vicks Vicks Vaporizer HELPS!!! same problem here a nurse suggested, So got me one for like 30$ and put it in the room, helps alot... &I got some info from babycenter.com on which meds are safe" Heartburn, gas and bloating, upset stomach - Antacids for heartburn (Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums) Simethicone for gas pains (Gas-X, Maalox Anti-Gas, Mylanta Gas, Mylicon) Cough or cold - Guaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin) Dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant (Benylin Adult, Robitussin Maximum Strength Cough, Scot-Tussin DM, Vicks 44 Cough Relief) Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Benylin Expectorant, Robitussin DM, Vicks 44E) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Avoid cold remedies that contain alcohol. Also avoid the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, and fever - Acetaminophen (Anacin Aspirin-Free, Tylenol) Allergy relief - Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Loratadine, an antihistamine (Alavert, Claritin, Tavist ND, Triaminic Allerchews) Diphenhydramine, an antihistamine (Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Genahist) Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea - Psyllium (Konsyl-D, Metamucil, Modane Bulk, Perdiem) Polycarbophil (Equalactin, Fiber-Lax, FiberNorm, Konsyl-Fiber, Mitrolan) Methylcellulose (Citrucel, Unifiber) Other laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, Maltsupex, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Anusol, Preparation H, Tucks) Loperamide, anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium, Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal, Pepto Diarrhea Control) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's foot - Clotrimazole (Cruex, Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Lotrimin AF, Mycelex 7) Miconazole (Desenex, Femizol-M, Micatin, Monistat 3) Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Butoconazole (Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Tolnaftate (Absorbine Athlete's Foot Cream, Absorbine Footcare, Genaspor, Tinactin) Undecylenic Acid and derivatives (Cruex, Desenex, Fungi Cure, Tinacide) Certain Cruex, Desenex, and Fungi Cure products may contain other antifungal agents not listed here that should not be used during pregnancy. Check the labels carefully. Insomnia - Diphenhydramine (Benadryl, Maximum Strength Unisom SleepGels, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations - Cortaid, Lanacort, Polysporin Answered by Thanh Salvio 3 months ago.

I got sick also while I was pregnant. I have no idea what oil stuff you're talking about. But when I was sick I called my doctor and he asked me to name the things included in the medicine then let me know if it was safe to take.. I would try calling the doctor. Answered by Latashia Stahlman 3 months ago.

I would call your Dr. He will be able to answer any questions about what is safe to use while pregnant. Answered by Debera Royall 3 months ago.


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020525/001 GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3 CLOTRIMAZOLE TABLET/VAGINAL 200MG
020574/001 GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3 CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%

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